Briannas Poppy Seed Dressing

Posted on: Feb 15, 2015        In: In the Kitchen        With: 2 comments

Have you tried Briannas (it does not have an apostrophe on the bottle) Poppy Seed Dressing?  I did not know about this delicious dressing, and just in case you haven’t heard about it either, well…. I think you need to know.

The upside to being in the hospital is that the church ladies bring food – delicious food.  MarshaChristmas brought us a fantastic noodle casserole with a fruited garden salad.  Sweet Mother of Pearl this meal was so delicious.  We loved the noodle casserole (MarshaChristmas has graciously shared the recipe, and I will share it with you in another post), but today I want to tell you about the salad and the accompanying poppy seed dressing.

The salad contained baby mixed salad greens, strawberries, and Craisins.  It was pretty with the slices of red strawberries and Craisins on the greens.   But… Be still my heart.  What put this salad on the way-above-average level was the poppy seed dressing that MarshaChristmas brought.  I contacted her and asked if she had made the dressing.

Briannas Poppy Seed Dressing

She said it was Briannas.

Hi-Ho, Hi- Ho to The Krogers I did go.  I made a special trip to the store just to buy this dressing.  It was found on the shelf with the other salad dressings.

Signage on the bottle states, “Dress Your Salad In Good Taste!”  This dressing certainly tastes good.  It is sweet but not sticky sweet.  It is rich but does not overpower the salad.

Briannas Poppy Seed Dressing

Bags of iron rich spinach were in the fridge.  I had some strawberries and Craisins.

Briannas Poppy Seed Dressing

Then the Briannas Home Style Poppy Seed Dressing was added.  Life is good.

Of course Briannas does not know me.  I am just sharing.

Thank you MarshaChristmas for sharing.  You do know good food.

Blessings to you and yours,

This dressing would be delicious on fresh fruit also.



2 Responses
  • Nancy Westbrooks on February 16, 2015

    You can also mix the poppy seed dressing with orange juice and make a delicious dressing.

  • Marsha on February 16, 2015

    Golly, glad you liked the Briannas. They started in Austin many years ago and now bottle their dressings in Brenham, Texas, home of another great Texas product, Blue Belle Ice Cream!

    We like to fix a green salad, add sliced strawberries, some blackberries, a few Mandarin orange slices, and in the midst of that goodness a scoop of chicken salad. Drizzle the poppy seed dressing over the greens and fruit. Yum!

    A few years back there was a very nice little cafe on Lookout and Custer called Wildflour, not Wildflower, owned by sisters and their mom. They served the above chicken salad. It was yummy and pretty. I miss Wildflour very much.

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